Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
is planning ahead to the autumn, and from September to January 2016 will be holding an open style exhibition by local artists on the theme of rugby football, to tie in with the Rugby Football World Cup taking place in the country.
The winners are: Rugby art gallery and museum
first prize Lilly Gardener for Yellow Afternoon, an acrylic on canvas; Andrew Varah award Alice Riddy for Peter And His Rabbit, a medium format film photograph; RADFAS Rebecca Roberts for Eudy Similane, a charcoal and pastel; Morgan Sindall Eric Gaskell for Braunston Dry Dock, a multi-block lino print.
RUGBY Natural History Society is celebrating its 50th anniversary with an exhibition at the Floor One Gallery at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
. Members began recording the borough's changing local wildlife and ecosystems in 1961 and the exhibition, which runs until June 5, features photographs, paintings, botanical samples, mounted animals, live mini beasts, and sound and video recordings.
A FREE party is being held to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
Visitors can drop-in at any of the sessions which are being staged up until New Year's Eve at the Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
, in Little Elborow Street.
An international collection of holograms will be on display at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
in Rugby - the home of the hologram - as part of a national tour.
ARTIST Nigel Grimmer will be giving a free talk about his work at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
at 1pm on Tuesday.
James Butter (above) studies some of the projected drawings at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
and (left) Jack Lawrence and his sister Josephine get creative on the floor.
The film (above) created by Michael Baig-Clifford and Ravi Deepres (top left) at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
HILLS and the Three Deans is the title of an exhibition by four former students at Warwickshire College's Rugby Centre which goes on show at Rugby Art gallery and Museum
's Floor One gallery from Tuesday.
The Rugby Open, which runs from Friday, November 23 to Sunday, January 6, at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
, features work by local artists who are members of a local art group, study or used to study in the borough, or who live or use a studio within a 15-mile radius of the gallery.
For more details call Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
on 01788 533201.